NEW YORK – Ford Motor Co. will offer a fire-suppression system as a factory option on its Crown Victoria police interceptors starting with the ’05 model year. There have been 14 police officers killed as a result of fires in Crown Victorias that have been rear-ended at high speed. (See related story: Police Group Sues Over Ford Cruiser Tanks) Ford already has installed shields to prevent fuel-tank ruptures in 280,000 of the 350,000 Crown Vic police cars now on the road. Ford ...

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